Panamarenko  (Belgian, 1940) 


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Panamarenko, Thermo Photovoltaic Energy Convertor


Thermo Photovoltaic Energy Convertor

Winwood Gallery
Panamarenko, Brazil



Winwood Gallery
Panamarenko, Encarsia-Formosa


Ronald Feldman Fine Arts
Panamarenko, Zelf Lerende Vogel


Zelf Lerende Vogel

Ronald Feldman Fine Arts
Panamarenko, Japanese Flying Pak 3


Japanese Flying Pak 3

Kewenig Galerie
Panamarenko, Noorpool - Arlikoop


Noorpool - Arlikoop

Galerie Clara Maria Sels
Panamarenko, Donnariet



Galerie Clara Maria Sels
Panamarenko, Donnariet



Galerie Clara Maria Sels
Panamarenko, Brazil



Ronald Feldman Fine Arts
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Panamarenko, Probslibelle, ‘Helicopter’, ‘U-Control’, ‘Polistes’ and ‘Scotch Gambit’ (portfolio of 5)


Probslibelle, ‘Helicopter’, ‘U-Control’, ‘Polistes’ and ‘Scotch Gambit’ (portfolio of 5), 1975
color lithographs


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Panamarenko, Milkways and happenings (set of 7)


Milkways and happenings (set of 7), 2003
lithograph w/collage


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Panamarenko, Pastilles




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1940   Born in Antwerp, Belgium
1955 - 1960   Studies at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, Belgium
1961 - 1962   Military service
1965   Organises the first Happening in Antwerp alongside a small number of fellow artists. Panamarenko publishes Happening News.
1967   First exhibit at the Antwerp Wide White Space Gallery. Starts building his first aeroplanes.
1969 - 1971   Building of the legendary zeppelin The Aeromodeller
1981   Panamarenko introduces his Negentroop. A natural science-based journey to the stars.
1987 - 1990   Builds a series of Pastille motors
1990   Builds the first Archaeopterix (intelligent chicken) after the model of the prehistoric bird.
1996   Panamarenko shows his steel submarine Pahama Novaya Zemblaya at the Ronny Van de Velde gallery, Antwerp. Its initial purpose was to sail to Spitsbergen.
1998   The flying boat Scotch Gambit is taking shape. Given the size of the piece Panamarenko has to move to a hangar in the Antwerp port, where the boat is completed.
2000   One-man exhibition at the Hayward Gallery in London and at the Jean Tinguely Museum in Basel.
2001   First major one-man exhibition in New York City (Dia Center for the Arts). Panamarenko designs the artist book For Clever Scholars, Astronomers and Doctors.
2002   Opening of Antwerpse Luchtschipbouw in Borgerhout. The venue is a workshop for artists as well as an exhibition space.
2003   At the request of the City of Antwerp, Panamarenko puts together the statue Pepto Bismo 2003 on St.-Jansplein. Publication of the book Tekenen en Rekenen (with the artist’s most significant drawings from the 60s to the present).
2004   Panamarenko receives the Plantin-Moretus prize for his book Tekenen en Rekenen (drawing and counting), that was chosen as the most beautiful art book of 2003. His successful book For Clever Scholars, Astronomers and Doctors is being reprinted for the first time.
2005   To celebrate his 65th birthday in early February, Panamarenko is formally invited by Mayor Patrick Janssens to the Antwerp town hall. The artist is praised for his "non-conformist behaviour, also described as creativity," according to the mayor.
  Lives and works in Antwerp, Belgium
2010   The Science of Imagination Ludwig Museum Budapest, Hungary
2006   Panamarenko, Gimpel Fils London, England
2005   Panamarenko, Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium Brussels, Belgium
2005   Vogelmarkt (Bird Market) Antwerpse Luchtschipbouw, Antwerp, Belgium
2005   Panamarenko, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts New York, NY
2004   Eiland en Loxodrome, Antwerpse Luchtschipbouw, Antwerp
2004   Multiples, Hangar 7 (Red Bull), Salzburg
2004   Multiples, Istanbul
2004   Scotch Gambit, Deweer Art Gallery, Otegem
2004   Te land, ter zee en in de lucht, Vlaams Parlement, Brussels
2004   Hinky Pinky Prova and Brazil, Antwerpse Luchtschipbouw, Antwerp
2003   Multiples 1995-2002, Galerie Jos Jamar, Antwerp
2003   Thermo Photovoltaic Energy Convertor, Kewenig Gallery, Cologne
2003   Operatie Panamarenko, Kröller Müller Museum, Otterlo
2003   Installation of 'Pepto Bismo 2003' at St.-Jansplein, Antwerp
2003   Tekenen en Rekenen, Rubenshuis Antwerp (catalogue)
2003   Bing II en ander nieuw werk, Antwerpse Luchtschipbouw, Borgerhout
2003   Multiples 1966-2003, Muhka, Antwerp
2003   Multiples 1966-2003, Atelier Augarten, Vienna
2002   Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid
2002   Galerie Durand-Dessert, Paris
2002   M.ART.A, Herford
2002   Galerie de France, Paris
2002   Elastic Max II, Galerie Griet Van Middelem, Oudenburg
2002   Papaver, Antwerpse Luchtschipbouw, Borgerhout
2002   Mulier Mulier Gallery, Knokke
2001 - 2002   Panamarenko in museum het Valkhof, Nijmegen (catalogue)
2001   SMAK, Gent (publication 'For Clever Scholars, Astronomers and Doctors')
2001   Galerie Durant-Dessert, Paris
2001   Thermo Photovolatic Energy Convertor and Big Paradox, Zoo, Antwerp
2001   Europese Top van Laken, Laken, Brussels
2001   Le siècle de Kafka, Gerechtshof, Antwerp
2000 - 2001   Orbit, Dia Foundation Center for the Arts, New York
2000   Bing of the Ferro Lusto, Hayward Gallery, London (catalogue)
2000   Bing of the Ferro Lusto, Museum Jean Tinguely, Bazel
2000   Raven's Variable Matrix, Ronny Van de Velde, Antwerp
2000   Ferro Lusto, Vinci
2000   Snijboon-Monocedo, Deweer Art Gallery, Otegem
1999   Bernouilli, Galerie Ronny Van de Velde, Antwerp
1999   Scotch Gambit, Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, Deurle
1998   La grande exposition des soucoupes volantes, Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris (catalogue)
1998   Scotch Gambit in progress, Galerie Ronny Van de Velde, Antwerp
1998   Archaeopterix I, II and III and fossils from the Eocene, Jurassic, Triassic and Permian Periods, Rossaert, Antwerp
1997 - 1998   North Sea Depot, Galerie Christine and Isy Brachot, Brussels